Colorful

May 04, 2018  •  6 Comments

Tis the season here in New England for all the plants to start coming into bloom. What a perfect time for the theme of "Color". 

One of the first plants to flower in my area is the plant called the forsythia. Most of them are a vibrant yellow. They seem to grow wild in many areas. The wild ones aren't always that pretty, a little on the scraggly side. Not that I'm complaining, but they aren't necessarily the best choice for photos. I did though see some really well kept ones along a really busy road in town, so I fashioned a stake for my boy Bogey and off we went to take some photos. 

Luckily my boy isn't phased by cars whizzing by, especially when there are treats in hand. He was; as always; a great model. Here are some of the results:

You'll notice in photo number one, his leg on the front left is missing a patch of fur. He recently had an abscess and had to have a tooth removed. He's doing great, but he's going to be looking goofy for awhile. In the follow on pictures I patched up his fur in photoshop; and of course I photoshopped out his leash in all of them. 

To see other pet photographers showing off their colorful photos, head on over to see Shae Pepper Photography

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Comments

Kelly(non-registered)
Such a beautiful model! Would you believe that our trees have only just now started blooming?! Wonderful images for color. ;)
Tracy Allard(non-registered)
Gorgeous colors and I hope Bogey continues to mend and if anyone asks about that patch of missing fur, just tell them what my husband says about that: "he has his sleeve rolled up".
Lynda Mowat(non-registered)
Nice colours in the flowers. Hope Bogey is feeling better from his op. He looks stunning against those colours.
Elaine(non-registered)
Forsythia are one of my most favorite "first to spring" flowers. They make a lovely backdrop!
Jessica(non-registered)
Awww, these are so cute and springy! I love yellow; it's such a happy color!
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